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Holy gorgeous! This house is not only absolutely stunning, but it's also incredibly unique. According to the listing, the home was built and owned by a renowned Minnesota Commercial architect - Charles Albert Dykins. How cool is that? You can tell a lot of thought and creativity went in to designing this place.

Related: Must See Castle Like Home For Sale in Minnesota.

According to the obituary for Charles in the Star Tribune, he started his own Architectural firm designing banks throughout the Midwest. He designed and built this home in 1956 and lived there with his family for 60 years!

The home still has a ton of the original features, but in addition several tasteful updates that make it all around super desirable. I can't get enough of the original redwood beams, the Chicago-brick wall, and polished concrete floors. Three of my all time faves when peeking at older homes.

Daniel Sibinski Keller Williams Classic Realty
Daniel Sibinski Keller Williams Classic Realty

It's a 4 bedroom, 2 bath home with 2,244 square feet of space and FOUR outdoor patios in the Normandale Hills neighborhood of Bloomington, MN. It's listed for just $485,000. I want it! This is just it's second time on the market in nearly 70 years!

Enchanting Minnesota Home Featured on "For The Love of Old Houses"

Take a peek inside the remarkable latest Minnesota home featured on For The Love of Old Houses!

Gallery Credit: Samm Adams

I'm legit obsessed with this house. There's so much to love. Perfect curb appeal, amazing outdoor space, jaw-dropping interior features.

It's listed as a coming soon and officially available for showings on the 29th of this month. I bet it flies off the market. Click here to see the entire listing. 

Also see: You Can Buy This Breathtaking Lakeside Resort in Minnesota.

If you love looking at old homes like me, it's the For The Love of Old Houses Facebook page link. They feature homes from across the country.

Exquisite Minnesota Home Featured on "For The Love of Old Houses"

Recently, this Duluth stunner was featured on "For The Love of Old Houses."

Gallery Credit: Samm Adams